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May    


Friday May 1
Walker Fine Art
Opening reception, 5-9 pm
Mark Makers, featuring: Ana Zanic, Mary Mackey, Ellen Moershel, Brigan Gresh, Brandon Reese, Julie Maren, and Patricia Finley. A single mark creates a dot. An extended mark becomes a line. A cluster of marks become a shape. A series of repetitive marks becomes a pattern. Marks can be descriptive, expressive, conceptual or symbolic. They may be bold and clearly state an intention, or they may be so subtle that the concept is only perceived by the viewer’s subconscious. In this group exhibition, see the artist’s hand as their own unique mark making is exhibited through varying mediums.
Through July 7
 


Walker Fine Art
Ana Zanic
Through July 7


Walker Fine Art
Ellen Moershel
Through July 7


Walker Fine Art
Patricia Finley
Through July 7


Walker Fine Art
 Julie Maren
Through July 7
 



Walker Fine Art
Brigan Gresh
Through July 7

 

Walker Fine Art
Brandon Reese
Through July 7


Walker Fine Art
Mary Mackey
Through July 7
 


Thursday, May 3
Visions West Contemporary
Opening reception, 6-8pm
Two solo exhibitions featuring Robert McCauley and Bryan Christiansen.For his solo exhibition, Altered, Christiansen presents a selection of works that that reflects his ongoing investigation of the intersection between human’s relationship with their personal environments and nature. A perennial favorite, Robert McCauley presents a new body of work in the show titled: Post Truth. The artist's revered animal portraits straddle a fantastically brilliant line between whimsy and a darker foreshadowing, born from the fallout that is humanity's increasing influence on the climate. He creates not only a beautiful space, but also a vehicle for an inconvenient conversation.
Through June 2

Rule Gallery
Artist's reception, 6-9pm
Adorned, new work by Jason DeMarte. By composing fictional tableaus, the work speaks to our uneasy obsession with beauty and excess and our preoccupation with sugarcoating perfection. Drawing from the romanticism of the Hudson River School and deepening his palette, DeMarte’s latest body of work increases the sense of overt indulgence while darkening the deeper subtext. Caterpillars and moths raised by the artist are stand-ins for the viewer and intermingle with flora evincing the onset of decay to bring a clearer sense of mortality often missing in our consumer-centric world.
Through June 16
 



Visions West Contemporary
Bryan Christiansen
Survival is a Solace, 2016
Scraps from previous sculptures, glass and dust from
carving practice
10 x 10 x 14 inches
Through June 2



Visions West Contemporary
Robert McCaule
Eaves Dropping, 2018
oil on canvas, 30 x 24 inches
Through June 2



Rule Gallery
Jason DeMarte
Fog of Tranquility, 2018
archival pigmented ink print
Through June 16


Friday May 4
Space Gallery
Artists reception, 5-8pm
Process: The Artist's Journey, A group exhibition that focuses on the artistic process and journey an artist goes through in the completion of their work, featuring new work by: Judy Campbell, David Marshall, Bill Snider, and Nick Young.
Through June 23

Plinth Gallery
Opening reception, 6-9pm
Bryan Hopkins: New Works in slip cast porcelain. Hopkin pours a liquid suspension of porcelain clay over a variety of textural elements such as steel plates and wood grain patterns to make very thin slabs. Assembling them into "provocative and cerebral" ceramic forms, he conscientiously leaves evidence of how he makes each piece. "I am interested ideas of structure, architecture, containment, and permanence. My work takes those interests and applies them to porcelain vessels, adding to the continuum of expressive ceramic containers. My choice of porcelain is its’ translucence and color, and I push the clay as far as it will go, firing to a very high temperature in a reduction atmosphere to obtain the whitest result possible."
Through May 26
 


 


Space Gallery
Nick Young
Yellow Totem
Mixed Media on Panel,
12 x 60 inches by
Through June 23


Space Gallery
Bill Snider
BX18/36-45/2
(detail image), Mixed Media on Wood, 45"x36"
Through June 23


Plinth Gallery
Bryan Hopkins
Slip cast porcelain
Through May 26
 


Thursday, May 10
Michael Warren Contemporary
Opening reception
Concurrent exhibits by Jennifer Bain and John Garrett with additional works by New Mexico artists: Angela Bergson Ted Laredo Marietta Patricia Leis Brian Shields.
Through June 16


 


Michael Warren Contemporary
Through June 16


Michael Warren Contemporary
 John Garrett
Denver Delicious
Through June 16

 



Michael Warren Contemporary
Through June 16

 


Friday, June 15
Third Friday Art Walks at participating galleries

 

   


Thursday, May 17
Robischon Gallery
Artist's Reception, 6 – 8 pm
Concurrent Solo Exhibitions: Amy Ellingson: “Sweetbitter Beast,” Ted Larsen: “Act Naturally,” Marcelyn McNeil: “Lead Heavy Feather Light,” Kate Petley: “Repositioned,” and Katy Stone: “Transmissions” Contemporary abstraction by nationally recognized artists exhibiting a range of large to medium-scale paintings, small-scale sculptures and installation works which highlight the unconventional via the artists’ distinctive concepts and varied approach toward media. Idea-driven and rich in array, the abstract works on view feature unexpected surfaces, both vast and intimate. Utilizing oil and encaustic; poured, printed or spray-painted techniques on panel, canvas or archival plastic alongside sculptural works of aluminum or discarded pre-painted metals, each of the five artists presented reconsider and re-contextualize the vocabulary of surface and form with a renewed sense of materiality.
Through July 14
 


Robischon Gallery
Amy Ellingson
Variation: white (parallax)
oil and encaustic on panel
66 x 72 in.
Through July 14


Robischon Gallery
Marcelyn McNeil
Fit Together
oil and spray paint on raw canvas
50 x 48 in.
Through July 14


Robischon Gallery
Katy Stone
Light Current
Installation detail view
Through July 14

 


Robischon Gallery
Amy Ellingson
Detail, Variation
(a configuration of forces)
Artifacts approximately 1,200 cast encaustic forms
(Dimensions variable)
Through July 14


Robischon Gallery
Ted Larsen
False Fact
salvage steel, marine-grade plywood, silicone, hardware 9 ½ x 11 ½ x 7 in.
Through July 14


Robischon Gallery
Kate Petley
Implications
acrylic and archival ink on canvas
48 x 52 in.
Through July 14
 

July    


Saturday, July 7
Tansey Contemporary
Opening reception: noon
Recall, Recapture, Remember, a juried fiber art show in association with Española Valley Fiber Arts Center and Tansey Contemporary. The exhibition features artists selected by jurors James Drake, Carol Cooper and Alice Zrebiec, as well as selection of invited artists including Carol Shinn, internationally recognized for her photo-realistic machine stitched images and Judith Trager, an artist, teacher, and curator known internationally for her quilt artistry.
View the exhibit
Through August 5

 


Tansey Contemporary

Carol Shinn
Arroyo Tree
Freestyle machine stitching
25.75" x 20"
Through August 5


Tansey Contemporary
Jacqueline Mallegni
Journey Home
Through August 5
 


Tansey Contemporary
Catherine Hicks
Georgia, Alfred, MC and Me
Through August 5


Tansey Contemporary
Ayn Hanna
White Map #2
Vintage and reclaimed fabrics, stitching 15” x 22” x 2”
Through August 5
 


Friday, June 21
Third Friday Art Walks at participating galleries
 
   

 


GALLERY LISTINGS



Abend Gallery
Note our new address
1412 Wazee Street, Denver, CO 80202    Map

303.355.0950 phone
800.288.3726 toll free


website: www.abendgallery.com

Hours: Tue-Sat 10-6, Sun 11am-4


Exhibition to be announced
 



David B. Smith Gallery 
1543 A Wazee Street
Denver, CO 80202 
map
phone:    303.893.4234
fax:         877.893.4234

website: 
http://davidbsmithgallery.com
Hours: Tues-Sat 12-6, and by appointment

David B. Smith Gallery is Denver's venue for compelling contemporary art. Since its founding in 2007, the gallery has been committed to presenting intelligent and culturally relevant exhibitions featuring work from some of today's most dynamic artists with growing international reputations. Through participation in leading art fairs and extensive media coverage, David Smith has cultivated a strong regional, national and international collector audience. In August 2008, The New York Times hailed the gallery as offering "an exciting contrast of cutting edge works." In addition to its curatorial program, David B. Smith maintains an active publishing division, Limited Addiction, which produces limited edition artist prints and monographs

Continuing:
A
n exhibition featuring the work of Liz Nielsen and Dylan Gebbia-Richards. This is the gallery’s second two- person exhibition featuring Dylan Gebbia-Richards and the first with Liz Nielsen. This exhibition provides two unique interpretations of landscape, disparate in medium but equal in their pursuit of transcendence for artist and audience. Nielsen and Gebbia-Richards achieve something exotic, yet familar and in defiance of scale they depict infinite worlds—simultaneously macro and micro. These works evoke a geometry, allowing the viewer to move within the ebb and flow of Gebbia-Richards’ crystalline wax structures and sink into the saturated hues of Nielsen’s abstracted mountains. Intensely process-driven, Nielsen’s photograms and Gebbia-Richards’ paintings are experimental and wholly their own. Per Nielsen, these works “are about transcendence and shifting one’s way of seeing through abstraction.”
Through May 12
 



David Cook Fine Art
Maggie Ross, Director
1637 Wazee Street
Denver, Colorado 80202
    map

Phone:      303.623.8181

Website:    www.davidcookfineart.com

Hours:      10:30 - 6:00 Tuesday through Saturday and by appointment

Exhibition to be announced
 



Gallery 1261  LLC
note our new address:
1412 Wazee Street
Denver, CO 80202
map
 
phone: 303.571.1261

website:   www.gallery1261.com

Hours:     Tue - Sat: 12-6pm

Continuing:
At the Sugarcube building at 1555 Blake  .map
You Are Here: Gregory Block Solo Exhibition . Modern humans are pretty good at getting from point A to point B, especially with our phones to tell us where to go and how to get there. But we are here. Where’s that? Sometimes it doesn’t hurt to get the bigger picture; to step back and look at things in context. This series of maps, constructed from aluminum cans and carpet tacks, firmly anchors the viewer in the universe, the Milky Way Galaxy, the solar system, and on earth, and hones in on our very real location amid the hustle and bustle of everyday life. It’s a tourist guide, an explorer’s tool, an evacuation plan; a study of civil engineering, geography, astrophysics and the boundaries of human intelligence. But more than anything, it’s a reminder that regardless of where we’re going or where we’re coming from, we are always here. On display daily at the SugarCube Building at 1555 Blake St. M-F: 7:30 am – 10:00 pm Saturday: 9:00 am – 10:00 pm Sunday: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Through May 13
 



GALLERY M
 
180 Cook St, Suite 101   map
Denver, CO 80206

phone:    303-331-8400
website:  www.gallerym.com


Hours:    By Appointment Daily, Tue-Sat.

GALLERY M specializes in 20th century photojournalism and social documentary. LIFE photojournalists including Alfred Eisenstaedt, Bourke-White, Carl Mydans, Ralph Morse and others are always on display and available

Exhibition to be announced
 



Goodwin Fine Art
Tine Goodwin, Director/Owner
1255 Delaware Street    Map
Denver CO 80204
phone:    303.573.1255

website:  www.goodwinfineart.com
 

Hours:   Tuesday - Friday 11-6, Saturday 11-5
 

Continuing:
Mia Mulvey | Ancients and Matt Christie | Subtle Body. Two Colorado-based artists continue their explorations of nature and wonder at Goodwin Fine Art. Mia Mulvey’s Ancients is a conceptual interrogation of natural history and the preservation of time. Like her monumental wall sculpture, Mast Year, shown at the Denver Art Museum in 2011, Ancients maps the form of ancient trees to explore wonder and discovery in the search for understanding. Her latest exhibition at Goodwin Fine Art consists of porcelain objects that utilize various aspects of scientific research, digital printing, and photo-based 3D scanning (photogrammetry.)  Matt Christie likens his Subtle Body paintings to an alchemical fusing of nature and the imagination. He writes that during his childhood "nature seemed to be presenting a world of wonder that affected me in ways I could not define…and I have been exploring that experience ever since."
Through June 2

 



K Contemporary
 
Doug Kacena Co-Owner / Director
1412 Wazee St , Denver, CO 80202   map
phone:     303-590-9800
cell:         720-296-7180

website:   https://kcontemporaryart.com

Hours:     Tuesday – Saturday, 12 pm – 6 pm or by appointment

Exhibition to be announced
 


Mai Wyn Fine Art
744 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO, 80204    map
phone:    303-893-4182

website:   www.maiwyn.com
Hours:     Hours:    
Thursday - Saturday 11-5, Sunday 12-4. Open 1st Fridays until 10pm丨3rd Fridays until 8pm and by appointment

Exhibition to be announced

 



Michael Warren Contemporary
   
Mike McClung and Warren Campbell, owners

760 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO 80204  map

gallery:     303-635-6255
cell:
         303-667-2447

website:   www.michaelwarrencontemporary.com


Hours:     Tues-Sat 11am-6 pm or by appointment

Continuing:
White Whale, new works by Thomas Müller
Through May 5

Thursday, May 10
Opening reception
Concurrent exhibits by Jennifer Bain and John Garrett with additional works by New Mexico artists: Angela Bergson Ted Laredo Marietta Patricia Leis Brian Shields.
Through June 16

Thursday May 10
Opening Reception, 6-8pm
New works: John Garrett with concurrent exhibits by Jennifer Bain and other New Mexico-based artists Angela Berkson, Ted Laredo, Marietta Patricia Leis, and Brian Shields. John Garrett presents 11 new works that fall into his ongoing series of categorization – there will be 2 new suspended installations of twisted wire. These twists will remind viewers of our previous installation of the monumental work “Thicket.” We will also have curtains, quilts and tapestries made of found and recycled materials including picnic plates and cups, vinyl record albums, video cassette tapes, poker chips, beads, bracelets, chains, strings, manila tags, gasoline price signs, and wood blocks.
Through June 16

Saturday May 12

Artist Talk, 10:30 – noon
 



Plinth Gallery
Owner:  Jonathan Kaplan
3520 Brighton Blvd
Denver, Colorado 80216    map
phone:     303-295-0717


website:   www.plinthgallery.com

Hours:     Thursday -Saturday, 12pm-5pm, and other times by appointment

Friday May 4
Opening reception, 6-9pm
Bryan Hopkins: New Works in slip cast porcelain. Hopkin pours a liquid suspension of porcelain clay over a variety of textural elements such as steel plates and wood grain patterns to make very thin slabs. Assembling them into "provocative and cerebral" ceramic forms, he conscientiously leaves evidence of how he makes each piece. "I am interested ideas of structure, architecture, containment, and permanence. My work takes those interests and applies them to porcelain vessels, adding to the continuum of expressive ceramic containers. My choice of porcelain is its’ translucence and color, and I push the clay as far as it will go, firing to a very high temperature in a reduction atmosphere to obtain the whitest result possible."
Through May 26
.



Plus Gallery

Owner: Ivar Zeile
Private Dealer

website:  www.plusgallery.com

Continuing:
In a time when conflict and contradiction are digitally-enhanced experiences for all to navigate, is it possible to genuinely put ourselves in another’s shoes? Chinese born artist Xi Zhang has been pursuing this question across “Metallic Leaf Garden,” his most compassionate and extensive series of artworks to date. Plus Gallery, in conjunction with ATC DEN, bring several of the artist’s recent large-scale paintings together in Denver’s RiNo District for the exhibition “Imagine,” a breathtaking, emotionally charged assemblage of images presented from Zhang’s distinct cultural vantage-point. The exhibition is Zhang’s second solo in the United States in 2018, coming on the heels of his New York City debut with the venerable Marc Straus Gallery, where Zhang served as a resident artist in 2016. ATC DEN is located at 3420 Larimer Street, Denver, CO 80205.  map
Through June 2
 


 
Robischon Gallery
1740 Wazee St.
Denver, CO.  80202    Map
phone:  303.298.7788
fax:       303.298.7799


web:  www.robischongallery.com


Hours:  Tuesday - Saturday 11am to 6pm Mondays
            by appointment. Adjacent Free Parking until 6pm

Continuing:

Concurrent Solo Exhibitions with artists Edward Burtynsky: Photographs; Elena Dorfman: Transmutations Photographs and Textiles; Chuck Forsman: Hard Seasons, Paintings and Photographs; and Karen Kitchel: Austerity Measures Paintings.

Through May 5

Thursday, May 17
Opening Reception for the artists, 6 – 8 pm
Concurrent Solo Exhibitions: Amy Ellingson: “Sweetbitter Beast,” Ted Larsen: “Act Naturally,” Marcelyn McNeil: “Lead Heavy Feather Light,” Kate Petley: “Repositioned,” and Katy Stone: “Transmissions” Contemporary abstraction by nationally recognized artists exhibiting a range of large to medium-scale paintings, small-scale sculptures and installation works which highlight the unconventional via the artists’ distinctive concepts and varied approach toward media. Idea-driven and rich in array, the abstract works on view feature unexpected surfaces, both vast and intimate. Utilizing oil and encaustic; poured, printed or spray-painted techniques on panel, canvas or archival plastic alongside sculptural works of aluminum or discarded pre-painted metals, each of the five artists presented reconsider and re-contextualize the vocabulary of surface and form with a renewed sense of materiality.
Through July 14
 



Rule Gallery
Valerie Santerli, Owner/Director
Rachel Beitz, Owner/CFO
530 Santa Fe Dr,
Denver CO
and
204 E San Antonio St,
Marfa TX

phone:    303-800-6776

website:  https://rulegallery.com

Denver hours:  Tues-Friday 12-6pm, Saturday 12-5pm and by appointment

Thursday, May 3

Artist's reception, 6-9pm
Adorned, new work by Jason DeMarte. Jason DeMarte’s artistic practice has, for several years, examined humanity’s conflicting tendencies to idealize nature while continuously searching to improve upon it. By composing fictional tableaus, the work speaks to our uneasy obsession with beauty and excess and our preoccupation with sugarcoating perfection. Drawing from the romanticism of the Hudson River School and deepening his palette, DeMarte’s latest body of work increases the sense of overt indulgence while darkening the deeper subtext. Caterpillars and moths raised by the artist are stand-ins for the viewer and intermingle with flora evincing the onset of decay to bring a clearer sense of mortality often missing in our consumer-centric world. By photographing each subject individually multiple times, DeMarte is able to present a full depth-of-field in sharp focus, heightening both the sense of hyperrealism and surrealism. All of this is done to evoke an initial sense of seduction, beauty and awe that is subtly undermined the longer one engages with each piece, inviting the viewer to consider the way an adorned life gives way to greater meaning.
Through June 16
 



Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
Mikkel & Catherine Saks, owners
3019 East Second Ave

Denver, CO  80206    map
phone:    303-333-4144

website: 
www.saksgalleries.com

Hours:  Tues-Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am - 4pm and by appointment.
Exhibitions year- round
view the Saks Galleries Cherry Creek videos

Exhibit to be announced

Continuing:

The McKenney-Hall Indian Gallery.
Thomas McKenney was appointed Superintendent of Indian Affairs in 1916 by President James Madison. He championed Native American causes for the next several decades at a time when tribal culture was often on a collision course with land-hungry whites and the U.S. Government.McKinley worked tirelessly on his Indian Gallery, a collection of artifacts and portraits of the visiting Indians by the famous painter Charles Bird King. However, in 1830, McKenney was dismissed by President Jackson -- they had quarreled about the removal of the Cherokee from their homeland. McKinley had also battled with a Congressional committee investigating his expenditure of $3,100 for the Indian portraits. Therefore, it was on his own that he launched a project to publish a series of large portfolios with hand-colored lithographs made after King's original paintings. More information

 



Sandra Phillips Gallery 
Gallery Owner:  Sandra Phillips

47 W. 11th Avenue, Denver. Colorado 80204   map
phone:   303 931-2991



website: www.thesandraphillipsgallery.com

Hours: Tues. - Sat. 12:30 - 5 Sun. and evenings available by appointment

Continuing:
Counterpoint, featuring artists Anna Kaye, Irene Delka McCray, David Griffin, and Kate Woodliff O’Donnell. Counterpoint will feature works rich in symbolism and metaphor including referential abstraction to realism.
Through May 4

 



Space Gallery
765 Santa Fe Drive     Map
Denver, 80204
phone:    720-904-1088

website: 
www.spacegallery.org
Hours: Wed-Sat 1pm-6pm or by appointment

Friday May 4
Opening Reception, 5-9pm
Process: The Artist's Journey, A group exhibition that focuses on the artistic process and journey an artist goes through in the completion of their work, featuring new work by: Judy Campbell, David Marshall, Bill Snider, and  Nick Young.
Through June 23
 



Tansey Contemporary
1743 Wazee Street Suite 150
Denver. 80203    map
phone:   720-596-4243

website:  www.tanseycontemporary.com
Hours: Tues-Saturday 11am - 5pm

Continuing:
Inside, a solo exhibition by internationally renowned German artist Udo Nöger. Nöger is well known for his monochromatic, translucent works that give the impression of emitting light. Light, its manifestations and its expression, is the single ongoing focus of the artist’s work, leading to a unique way of painting that captures, analyzes, reworks and reflects - each piece an attempt to make the intangible, tangible. “I use light itself to paint light” the artist states.
View the exhibit
Through June 3

Saturday, July 7
Opening reception:
noon
Recall, Recapture, Remember, a juried fiber art show in association with Española Valley Fiber Arts Center and Tansey Contemporary. The exhibition features artists selected by jurors James Drake, Carol Cooper and Alice Zrebiec, as well as selection of invited artists including Carol Shinn, internationally recognized for her photo-realistic machine stitched images and Judith Trager, an artist, teacher and curator known internationally for her quilt artistry.
View the exhibit
Through August 5
 

   




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Gallery Calendar:
May  July

DADA Members Map

Member Galleries:


Abend Gallery
David Cook Fine Art
Gallery 1261
GALLERY M

Goodwin Fine Art
William Havu Gallery
K Contemporary
Mai Wyn Fine Art
William Matthews
Michael Warren
   Contemporary

Sandra Phillips Gallery
Plinth Gallery
Plus Gallery
Robischon Gallery
Rule Gallery
Saks Galleries
David B. Smith Gallery
Space Gallery

Tansey Contemporary
Visions West Gallery
Walker Fine Art
 

 Continuing Exhibits:




Gallery 1261
Gregory Block
Through May 13


Gallery 1261
Gregory Block
Through May 13


William Havu Gallery
Tony Ortega
Justice is Blind
acrylic & collage on panel, 36" x 48"
Through May 11


Michael Warren Contemporary
Thomas Müller
White Whale

Through May 5


Robischon Gallery
Chuck Forsman
Strange Land (detail)
oil on panel 54 ½ x 86 ½ in.

Through May 5


Robischon Gallery
Elena Dorfman
Transmutation 3 (Gold Dome)
C-print with mixed media, 22-carat gold and palladium leaf 87 x 58 in..

Through May 5



Robischon Gallery
Karen Kitchel
Terra Incognita #2
Oil on panel 62 x 22 in.
Through May 5


Robischon Gallery
Edward Burtynsky
Mount Edziza Provincial Park #1, Northern British Columbia, Canada
C-print 48 x 64 in.
Through May 5


Walker Fine Art
 Brown Norman
Passage 5
32 x 48 inches
Through: Saturday, May 5


Walker Fine Art
Elaine Coombs
Through: Saturday, May 5



Walker Fine Art
Kevin Hoth
Through: Saturday, May 5


Sandra Phillips Gallery 
Irene Delka McCray
oil on canvas, 62 x 52 inches
Through May 4


Walker Fine Art
Katie Kalkstein
One Breath Away
Photo Encaustic, 40 x 30 inches
Through: Saturday, May 5


Walker Fine Art
Epp Lee Heekin
Sipapu
detail
Through: Saturday, May 5



William Matthews Gallery
William Matthews
Through May 10


Visions West Contemporary
Nine Francois
Elk I
Photography
Through May 5


Visions West Contemporary
Crystal Morey
Through May 5



David B. Smith Gallery
Liz Nielsen
Underwater Mountains 2018 Analog chromogenic photogram, unique, on Fujiflex 30 x 40 in.
Through May 12


David B. Smith Gallery
Michelle Blade
Evening Routine 2018
Acrylic ink on paper,
14.5 x 18in
Through May 12


Plus Gallery
Xi Zhang
The Flags 2017
acrylic on canvas 60 x 72 inches
Through June 2


Plus Gallery
Xi Zhang
Dung Beetle II  2017
acrylic on canvas 58 x 72 inches
Through June 2


Goodwin Fine Art
Mia Mulvey
Pando Forest, Utah, 2018
porcelain (3d printed from photogrammetric scans), variable dimensions.
Through June 2


Goodwin Fine Art
Matt Christie
Secret Sulfur, 2017
oil on panel, 60 x 48 in.
Through June 2


Tansey Contemporary
Udo Nöger
Gewicht des Lichtes 3
Mixed media, canvas, 70" x 125"
View the exhibit
Through June 3
 


William Havu Gallery
Robert Delaney
P.D. 13
painted steel, 24” x 48” x 12”

Through June 9


William Havu Gallery
Eugene Newmann
Parade
oil on canvas, 30” x 40”

Through June 9


William Havu Gallery
Amy Metier
Twelve Standing
oil on canvas, 48” x 48”
Through June 9




 



Visions West Contemporary
Director:  Nikki Todd
2605 Walnut St.
Denver, CO 80205  map

phone:    303.292.0909

website:   
www.visionswestgallery.com
hours:    Tuesday-Saturday 10-6 pm or by appointment
Note our new address

Continuing:
Two solo exhibitions and a special project at our RiNo location in Denver, Colorado. The first solo exhibition, A Vulnerable Paradigm of Wonder, features hand-built porcelain sculptures by Crystal Morey. The second solo exhibition, Animalia: New Works, presents recent photographs by Nine Francois. Troy Abbot will be presenting Social Media, a technology-based sculpture, in the gallery’s project space. The open reception is in conjunction with RiNo’s First Friday Art Walk.
Through May 5

Thursday, May 3
Opening reception, 6-8pm
Two solo exhibitions featuring Robert McCauley and Bryan Christiansen. "Hunting and gathering" is the preferred method in which Bryan Christiansen describes the process for creating his larger-than-life sized animals, skulls, and intricate reliquaries. Christiansen collects, deconstructs, and assembles societies' urban discards, such as sofas and chairs. For his solo exhibition, Altered, Christiansen presents a selection of works that that reflects his ongoing investigation of the intersection between human’s relationship with their personal environments and nature. A perennial favorite, Robert McCauley presents a new body of work in the show titled: Post Truth. The artist's revered animal portraits straddle a fantastically brilliant line between whimsy and a darker foreshadowing, born from the fallout that is humanity's increasing influence on the climate. He creates not only a beautiful space, but also a vehicle for an inconvenient conversation.
Through June 2
 



Walker Fine Art 
The Prado Building, 300 West 11th Avenue (at Cherokee)
Denver, CO  80204 In the Golden Triangle   
Map
phone:     303.355.8955

website: 
www.walkerfineart.com  
hours:     Tues-Sat 11am-5 pm or by appointment

Continuing:
Vantage Points, featuring: Kevin Hoth, Aaron Morgan, Brown Norman, Epp Lee Heekin, Katie Kalkstein, Elaine Coombs, and Brian Comber. A vantage point does not have to be the actual point which we are looking from; nor something limited to a spatial region. Rather, a viewpoint is a position from which something is observed or considered, the mental attitude that determines a person's opinions or judgments. This exhibit offers viewers an opportunity to reconsider their own point of view through artworks that combine invented environments, the natural world, and the symbolism of everyday of objects. These artists present works from a personal perspective, allowing viewers to transform the meanings from their unique vantage point.
Through: May 5

Friday May 1
Opening reception, 5-9 pm
Mark Makers, featuring: Ana Zanic, Mary Mackey, Ellen Moershel, Brigan Gresh, Brandon Reese, Julie Maren, and Patricia Finley. A single mark creates a dot. An extended mark becomes a line. A cluster of marks become a shape. A series of repetitive marks becomes a pattern. Marks can be descriptive, expressive, conceptual or symbolic. They may be bold and clearly state an intention, or they may be so subtle that the concept is only perceived by the viewer’s subconscious. In this group exhibition, see the artist’s hand as their own unique mark making is exhibited through varying mediums.
Through July 7
 



William Havu Gallery       
 
1040 Cherokee
     Map
Denver, CO.  80204
phone:     303.893.2360

website:   www.williamhavugallery.com

Hours:     Tue - Fri 10-6 PM, Sat 11-5 PM, Sun and Mon by appointment only
Voted Westword's best gallery for contemporary art of the region, 2017

Continuing:
Redaction
, Amy Metier’s seventh solo show with the William Havu Gallery. Metier’s newest works include oils on canvas, mixed media collages on paper and polymer etchings with Chine-collé. Also featured in the main gallery will be new kinetic sculptures by Robert Delaney. On the mezzanine will be Santa Fe, NM based painter, Eugene Newmann.
Through June 9

Thursday, April 19
at the
Art Gym Denver, 1460 Leyden Street
Opening reception, 5 - 8 p.m
Tony Ortega, Time for Self-Reflection. Join Art Gym Denver for Time for Self-Reflection, a solo exhibition of works by William Havu Gallery artist Tony Ortega. The exhibit showcases the scope and variety of media the artist has used throughout his career. Tony's art emphasizes the culture, history and experiences of Chicanos/Latinos to promote understanding and culture diversity. He has created numerous public art and community mural projects along the Front Range and has been honored with Excellence in the Arts awards by the governor (1999) and the mayor (1998).
Through May 11
 



William Matthews Gallery
Owner:   William Matthews
Great Basin Studio
2540 Walnut St,
Denver, CO 80205   
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phone:   303-534-1300


Hours:    Tuesday & Thursday 10 am - 5 pm or by appointment
website:  williammatthewsstudio.com 

Continuing:
William Matthews Field Studies and Small Paintings, a show comprised entirely of field-sketched and small studio watercolors, at his RiNo Arts District Studio in downtown Denver. In this view of selected, mostly un-displayed works from a number of Matthews’ many travels, visitors will gain a rare glimpse inside the creative process of one of the West’s most admired artists. Previous shows have examined India, China, the British Isles, Egypt, Italy, and countless points across the United States. In 2014, Matthews was the subject of a documentary, Drawn to Paint, focusing on his Western watercolors and the cultural shifts they depict and his creative process in capturing them. The same year, the Denver Art Museum staged a 6-month one-man retrospective of his watercolors, Trespassing, in its Hamilton Wing.
Through May 10

 


Continuing exhibits:   May  July

 

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